Three Things Not to Put on Your Resume -- And Three You Must
Recruiters spend an average of six seconds reviewing a single resume, according to a study conducted by online job search service TheLadders. They looked specifically at details regarding the candidate's education, current position and previous position. Therefore, as you build your resume, you may want to focus your content so that you quickly grab the recruiters' attention.
“A resume should only give an employer enough information that they are impressed and would need to interview you to learn more," said Jacques Domenge, a career coach with 13 years of experience both in higher education and the finance industry.